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Most likely, many of us grew up on stories narrated to us by our grandparents, parents, and other elders in the family. Those were the days we shared the bed with our loved ones as they take us to the beautiful world of magic and sorcery, enchanting places, and talking animals. Such stories that taught us life lessons and helped us realize our dreams and aspiration.
All our five boys grew up knowing almost all of Aesop’s Fables. That perhaps explains their vast imagination. With only pictures in front of them, they can create a short story out of the characters and things illustrated.
At a young age, our LittleMan also shows interest in reading. He would bring his book to me and request that we read a story or two. Sometimes, I would see him alone reading a book by just recalling how I narrated the story to him. Often, he would read aloud by connecting the drawings and pictures. And what I love the most is when he reads expressively, using different tones for the various characters, even raising and lowering his voice. From there, I know, my son is gifted with spatial relation skills.
A gift for spatial reasoning
True enough, when we did the PROMIL Spot the Gift test, one of our son’s unique gifts is his spacial relation skill. The Spot the Gift is a tool specially created by PROMIL to assist parents in discovering their child’s potential and eventually, gifts. The device is only a 15-minute test. It has a set of age-specific questions geared to help parents identify their child’s interest, unleash his full potential, and nurture the gift.
Another thing I love about PROMIL is that it is every parent’s partner in giving the right nutrition early in a youngster’s life. This proper nutrition advances every child’s gift, getting him ready for future successes. For example, PROMIL Four – for children over three years old – contains Vitamin D and Calcium to support the healthy growth and development of bones and teeth. It is also a high source of iron and zinc and contains selenium that contributes to the normal function of the immune system. Drinking this milk regularly helps in every child’s mental development, giving him a better chance to succeed in whatever he tries to accomplish early in life.
When we did our grocery last week, bundled with every purchase of Promil Four 1.8 kg (in select stores nationwide) is a lovely 3D Pop-up Theater storybook.
3D Pop-up Theater
When I showed this to our LittleMan, he hurriedly went to his favorite spot and played with his new toy. It amazes me that his spatial relation gift is very evident as he plays with the pop-up book. With such a keen interest in visual arts, he readily invented a story out of the figures. And he must have been so inspired with his new pop-up theater that in our next homeschooling activities, he drew a lot of images found in his new toy.
Nurture the Gift through PROMIL Pop-up Theater
Have you tried the Spot the Gift tool? As a parent, I encourage you to take the test, too. A strong sense of knowing your little one’s interest will surely help you support and boost his talents. This way, also, you can better encourage your child to explore more about his skills. Such encouragement will be an excellent foundation to help him face future challenges with a bold face. And when you do your grocery shopping, do not forget to choose the PROMIL FOUR with the 3D Pop-up Theater. Hurry, though, as this promotion is available until supplies last.
Check out this link now to spot your child’s gift and be guided on how to start nurturing it.
Devoted. Compassionate, Instinctive. Berlin loves to write personal narratives, thrilling discoveries, and mommy tips that make daily living the happiest. She shares the small house with her husband and their five boys.